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The Building and Attack of Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons
Transcript of The Building and Attack of Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sainte_Marie_among_the_Iroquois Founded by two Jesuit priests
Built by Jesuits and Hurons
Missionary and agricultural center
Close to canoe routes
Told Hurons in 1634
Started building in 1639
Huronia along Wye River
By 1648 there were 65 residents Attacked by the Iroquois
Attacked in 1648
Iroquois were fierce enemies of the Hurons
5 Jesuit priests died
Burned down in 1649
Built a Sainte Marie II
Sainte Marie II was not successful either
Destroyed by Iroquois in winter of 1649 Tourist attraction near Midland, Ontario
A recreated version of the original
Gives tourists an idea of life there
Massive amonts of research were needed to build it
Built same place as original Sainte-Marie Bibliography The Building and Attack of Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons The End A map of New France in the 1600s A map of Sainte- Marie Among the Hurons today What Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons may have looked like based on facts from historical documents Iroquois attacked Petun Peoples
Petun were closely related to the Hurons
1656 Sainte-Marie Among the Iroquois was built
Built by Jesuits during the Mohawk and French war in 1656
Built as a stockade to protect the Onondaga Nation
Influenced the success of Catholicism
After Sainte-Marie there were many more Catholic people A second map of New France in the 1600s